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Programming choice... Rodolph or Grinch?

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Tuesday at 7PM you have your choice of Rudolph or How the grinch stole Xmas on at the same time... what is a guy to do...

NO "Just DVR it" cop outs, where are you on this important debate? Take a stand people!

Rudolph narrowly for me.

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Love 'em both, but I'd have to go with Rudolph. Nothing better than Yukon Cornelius and Herby the Want-to-be-Dentist Elf.

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Sadly I missed out on both of them. But the good thing is my kids have the complete Christmas collection on DVD so we can watch Rudolph. And I just bought both Grinches...So it's a win win. But had I been able to the choice was for Rudolph.

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Couldn't sleep at all last night as something was really bothering me. Where do they get off showing these classics at the exact same time, on the same night anyway? Can't they at least stagger them so we can enjoy them both?

Whew, maybe I can rest easy tonight! Thanks!

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When I was young it was Rudolph all the way. But we ended up choosing the Grinch. Something about Dr Seuss; he was out there. And I love the songs. "I wouldn't touch him with a 39 1/2 foot pole..."

Plus we own Rudolph on DVD, so we can watch that later.

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Rudolph trumps Grinch and The Christmas Story trumps both. grin

"Only I didn't say "Fudge." I said THE word, the big one, the queen-mother of dirty words, the "F-dash-dash-dash" word! "

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